USB mouse takes 30 sec to wake up

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    USB mouse takes 30 sec to wake up


    My Dad's Logitech wireless mouse will wake up the computer from sleep, but then hangs 20-30 seconds with the Vista blue circle before it starts working.

    Have tried reinstalling the MS stock driver and ticking box onPwr Mgmt tab to wake computer from sleep. Logitech's software only appears to be an updater.
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  2. Posts : 8,476
    Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)
       #2

    Try resetting the wireless mouse.
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  3. Posts : 222
    Windows 7 64 bit build 7600
       #3

    I think the HID hardware filter is suppose to something? It shows up in windows updates. I found that updating it helps with some problems on the computer. Go to windows update, its an optional update. See if HID filter is there.
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  4. Posts : 50,642
    Thread Starter
       #4

    Dinesh said:
    Try resetting the wireless mouse.
    How he do dat?
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  5. Posts : 2,685
    Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64
       #5

    How is the mouse connected - bluetooth etc? What port is the receiver plugged into
    - USB 1.1 or 2.0? What power plan is in use? Has the BIOS been checked to allow wakeup from USB mice/keyboards?
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    Frostmourne said:
    How is the mouse connected - bluetooth etc? What port is the receiver plugged into
    - USB 1.1 or 2.0? What power plan is in use? Has the BIOS been checked to allow wakeup from USB mice/keyboards?
    Mouse receiver is connected via USB 2.0

    He is using Balanced Power plan.

    To now, I've assumed BIOS is set to wake from mouse since the computer will wake from mouse, but then it hangs with Vista blue circle for 20-30 seconds every time before cursor will move.
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  7. Posts : 2,685
    Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64
       #7

    Look in the advanced power options for any pertaining options but this might just be the mouse initializing - can you try a different mouse, preferably one with functioning 7 drivers?

    Also, has the HID filter device been installed in device manager under the mouse or pointing devices category?
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  8. aem
    Posts : 2,698
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit
       #8

    Mice have a used by date. Wireles and wireless.
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    Windows 7 Professional x64
       #9

    I have a machine that does this also gregrocker, I was using a wired USB 2.0 mouse. I have tried switching mice, but it seems like the older and slower the machine, the worse this is. I though it might have to do with the speed of the RAM and HD since the data is sitting in one or the other depending on the type of sleep he is using.

    This was my conclusion and I am dealing with it....but hopefully we can find a better solution.
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       #10

    Frostmourne said:
    Look in the advanced power options for any pertaining options but this might just be the mouse initializing - can you try a different mouse, preferably one with functioning 7 drivers?

    Also, has the HID filter device been installed in device manager under the mouse or pointing devices category?
    His previous wired mouse doesn't have this problem, I dont' think. He got this Logitech wireless mouse for Christmas and the issue has been chronic.

    There is no HID filter in Dev Mgr. How do we get one?
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